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Cloud computing continues to transform the way organisations operate, delivering agility, scale, cost, and innovative benefits. However, despite the significant transformational advantages, many enterprises still struggle and we know that security is a significant concern.
Telstra offers a portfolio of advanced next generation cloud delivered security services that allow you to accelerate your cloud adoption in a more flexible and secure manner, without compromising performance.
This latest research report by Omdia and Telstra Purple unveils what Australian organisations need to understand when it comes to the security implications associated with the benefits of cloud.
Apply consistent security controls across your public and private clouds.
Telstra Cloud Compliance helps you visualise the security and compliance posture across your entire cloud ecosystem.
Securing your cloud workloads (28 mins)
Hear our panel discuss fresh insights from primary research conducted by Omdia on the state of the cloud market here in Australia. Hear about the critical challenges facing IT teams in securing their cloud workloads and how they are preparing for shared risk.
Telstra works closely with the Australian Government, leading security vendors, and the worldwide security community to provide the latest intelligence on the local and global threat landscape.
We let you take control, if you want, with 24/7 visibility and centralised security policy management across your on-premise, cloud and IoT infrastructure. Or let Telstra manage it for you with our managed detection and response services.
With Telstra you’re in safe hands. We’ve helped thousands of businesses manage risk and protect their data over decades, while protecting our own network for even longer.
Telstra’s Security Operations Centres are based in Australia and built to ASIO T4 standards, a requirement in protecting government agency data.